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  • CHAGALL, Chagall - Lassaigne, Jacques
  • CHAGALL, Chagall - Lassaigne, Jacques
  • CHAGALL, Chagall - Lassaigne, Jacques
  • CHAGALL, Chagall - Lassaigne, Jacques
  • CHAGALL, Chagall - Lassaigne, Jacques

Author Name    Chagall - Lassaigne, Jacques

Title   CHAGALL

Binding   Card Covers

Book Condition   Very Good with no dust jacket

Publisher   Paris Maeght 1957

Seller ID   36863

Color Illustrations; Paper dust jacket is an original lithograph covering thin card covers. This has only three color lithographs- 1] the original on the cover, 2] the title page, and 3] a double page circus scene plus two more on slick paper. Others are lacking. All b/w seem to be present. Light waterstain along base of leaves.

Price = 47.00 USD


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